I’m about to head off on the monthly walk with the U3A. This time we are walking through Farndale where the wild daffodils grow. I took these pictures a month ago when I planned our route, so sadly the daffs were not out then, but hopefully will be today.
Down the hill to the river. We will be walking along the river bank.
Look on the far bank then to the near side, I am sure that once upon a time there must have been a bridge here.
There are the daffs coming though the undergrowth.
And I am hoping for lambs in these fields.
No walk is complete without a bench or two.
I love views across to the moors beyond the green valley.
No post complete without tree and sky picture!
Lambs tail catkins, so sweet.
Stopping here for a cup of coffee, The Daffy Caffy. Hurrah there is a picture on this site that shows the daffs are out ( someone cast doubt to me yesterday).
Coming back through this gate, and a proper Yorkshire wall.
I had snowdrops to look at last month..
And finally, I just loved this sentiment…
Leaving you with daffodils in the village of Scagglethorpe, taken on Friday .
And may your day be filled with the hope of warmer , happy days to come.